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Mitsubishi Pajero

Mitsubishi Pajero Diesel
EngineIn-line four-cylinder
Displacement3199 cm³
Bore * stroke98,5 * 105 mm
Compression ratio17,0 : 1
Engine controlDOHC (chain)
Valves4 per cylinder
Mixture preparationCentral injection, Multi-point injection, G-cat
Tank capacity55 liter
Torque381/373 Nm at 2000 rpm
Performance118/125 kW (160/170 hp)
Rated speed3800 rpm
DrivetrainFront engine with all-wheel drive
TransmissionFive-speed/Five-speed automatic
SteeringRack, servo
Suspension frontDouble wishbone
Suspension rearMulti-link axle
Wheelbase2545/2780 mm
Brakes f/rDics, internally ventilated
Brake circuit splitDiagonally with a negative roll radius
Tyres265/70 R 16 (7")
Length4385/4900 mm
Width1875 mm
Height1880/1900 mm
Tank capacity90 liter
Kerb weight2195 kg incl. driver
Trailer load2800/3300 kg
Top speedApprox. 170 km/h
Construction period worldwide4 generations: 1982, 1992, 2001, 2006
CO2-value246/280 g/km (2007)

The German is the trading name 'Mitsubishi' best known in connection with the Pajero SUV. It has been (2007) won twelve times the material murdering Paris-Dakar Rally. The number of Pajeros in the street scene speaks volumes, as well as the stable resale value. 2.5 million customers worldwide are already for such a specialized product a lot. It is now available in its fourth generation.

Even it is not originally the SUV, how it is used so far. Rather, it has only rear one rigid axle and even in front (internally ventilated) disc brakes. Mitsubishi recognized, that only a modest minority goes with the car in difficult terrain. In the course of its development it loses the rear axle also, but wins with a sophisticated all-wheel system and a progressive body for a SUV. The body is self-supporting and has more space at the end, even if it must be for seven people.

Consequently, it gets a little brother and remains near the top in popularity. Its usefulness has also increased by the high braked trailer load, and its disadvantages are of little significance due to some fairly economical diesel engine. There is criticism for the braking distance. But he is apparently quieter and become more comfortable. It combines the advantages of a big off-road vehicle with an SUV. Oppsite it it has much variation between pure rear-wheel drive and permanent all-wheel drive as well as mid/rear lock and terrain reduction. In the passenger compartment is a lot of comfort that it almost mutates into a precious station wagon.

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History Mitsubishi
1870Yataro Iwasaki founds Tsukumo-Shoka trading company with three used steam ships
1875Company renamed in Mitsu ('three') bishi ('diamonds' or 'routes') Steamship Company
1885Death of Yataro Iwasaki, the younger brother takes over the company, Kirin brewery
1887Mitsubishi shipyard is building Japan's first steel-hull ship, line to Europe
1898'Hitachi Maru', the largest steamship in the world
1911Japanese railway wagon
1916Koyata Iwasaki new president, preparation automobile production
1917Model A, Seven seater with 26 kW (35 hp), Fiat-copy
1918Mitsubishi T-1 utility vehicle, 22 kW (30 hp), petrol engine, steam engine
1920Trade office in Berlin, end model A
1921Aircraft production
1924'Shintoku Maru' largest sailing ship in the world
1928Aircraft wind tunnel
1931Diesel direct injection
1936PX 33 with diesel engine and all-wheel drive - worldwide first all-wheel passenger car
1940Luxury liner 'Kobe Maru' for Japan-China line
1950Front-driven bus
1953Contract with Willys Overland Corporation
1959First passenger car after the Second World War
1970Mitsubishi Heavy Industries separate vehicle production, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, Sapporo (D)
1973First Pajero study,(named after South American wild cat), Lancer
1977German branch, Lancer (D), Celste (D)
1978L 200, Colt III (D), Sapporo Coupe (D)
1980L 300, Galant II (D)
1982Pajero, Tredia, Cordia, Starion, Canter (D)
1983Pajero (D), Space Wagon
1984Participation Paris-Dakar, Colt IV, Starion II
1985Space Wagon 4WD
1986Lancer Kombi 4WD
1987Sapporo II
1988Conversion in corporation
1989Galant V, Lancer III also with hatchback, 1 million cars
1990Eclipse, 3000 GT
1991Pajero II, Sigma, Space Runner
1992Colt V, Lancer Evolution, Eclipse (D), 3000 GT (D)
1993Sigma estate car, L 200 (D)
1994Space Gear
1995GDI (HSR-V) - direct-injection petrol engine, Carisma (produced in NL - once Volvo), Space Gear (D)
1996Canter II, L 200 II
1997Galant VI
1998Pajero Pinin, Pajero Sport, Space Gear (D)
1999Pajero III, Space Star, Space Runner II
2001Outlander, Pajero wins Paris-Dakar (Jutta Kleinschmid), Monte Carlo (Lancer GT EVO (Mäkinnen, F)
2003Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Cooperation divested, Granis
2004Colt VI, Grandis (D), Factory in eastern Germany
2005Cooperation with Peugeot-Citroen, later in the year also with Daimler Chrysler and Hyundai
2006Colt CZC
2007Outlander II, Pajero IV

Bis 2007: 12 wins in Paris - Dakar
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